CLASS Advisory Council
Members of the advisory council for the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) at the University of Idaho help promote the college to a variety of constituencies, assist with identifying and acquiring additional resources and financial support for the college, serve as an advocate of the college, give advice on the programs of the college and help build working relationships with other colleges of the university.
Roch Clapp is is the owner of Syringa Realty where he is a specialist in residential sales, listings and development.
Sandra Clapp is an estate planning attorney and the president of Sandra L. Clapp & Associates, P.A.. She graduated from the University of Idaho with an undergraduate degree in history and a graduate degree in law.
Jim is a 1966 graduate of the University of Idaho and was UI Alumni Association president from 1995-96. Jim has been in the fundraising profession for over 30 years in the areas of athletics, academics, healthcare, social programs and nonprofit business associations.
Heidi Linehan is a graduate of Idaho State University and is currently the vice-chair of Operation Education. Heidi recently retired as executive director of the Gritman Medical Center Foundation. Previously, she was appointed to the Idaho Wheat Commission and served as the development officer for CLASS.
Louise McClure volunteers locally and nationwide and is a longtime advocate for the arts. The university honored her and her late husband, U.S. Senator James McClure, for their contributions to the university, state and nation by renaming the UI Bureau of Public Affairs Research as the James A. and Louise McClure Center for Public Policy Research. While at Idaho she earned a degree in music and was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority.
Edward Moore is the president and owner of DaviesMoore, a Boise-based full-service marketing firm specializing in brand planning, advertising and public relations. While attending the University of Idaho he studied communication with an advertising option.
Neal is a retired attorney in Boise. He was the former managing partner for Hawley, Troxell, Ennis and Hawley and served as general counsel for the Ada County Highway District.
Caroline Nilsson Troy is owner of the Nilsson Advisory Group, a nonprofit consulting company. Caroline previously worked 12 years at the University of Idaho and seven years at Washington State University as a fundraiser. She graduated from the University of Idaho with a Bachelor of Science in communications.
Julie Pipal is the President and CEO of the Idaho Trucking Association and on the Board of Trustees for Leadership Idaho Agriculture.
Marilyn Roach is a devoted community volunteer and has worked in communications, TV reporting and marketing. Her interest in the University of Idaho came from her family, including her parents, Jim and Louise McClure.
Georgia currently serves as the Deputy Director of the Idaho Department of Labor. She earned her degree from the University of Idaho in communications.
Matt Strange is the vice president of marketing for Avalon Health Care. He previously held communications and marketing leadership roles with Pullman Regional Hospital and the UI's College of Engineering.
Carolyn Terteling-Payne is a community leader and volunteer. She has served as the president of the University of Idaho Foundation and member of the Boise City Council. She has also served as the mayor of Boise, Idaho, and director, Human Resources State of Idaho. Carolyn graduated from the University of Idaho with a Bachelor of Science in English and minors in French and education.
Al Tovey is a member of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and the general manager of the Wildhorse Resort in Pendleton, Oregon. While attending the University of Idaho he majored in communication.
Al Tovey '94
“At Idaho I gained a quality education in a relaxed, small town atmosphere. Moscow and the UI weren't too big or too small. They seemed just right for a small town kid from Malad, Idaho.”